Divisional Director, Corporate Planning and Development
The Corporate Planning and Development Office (CPDO) is in charge of Organisational Development and Learning, Crisis Management, Workplace Health & Safety, and Corporate Planning & Services.
Key areas include:
- Employee Engagement Survey
- Organisation Development
- Training and Development
- NIE Staff Interaction & Development Day
- Annual Key Performance Reporting
- Annual Work Planning/Budget Planning
- Management of NIE MOUs and Agreements
- Crisis Management
- Workplace Health and Safety
If you have any enquiries, contact us at [email protected]
At the Public, International and Alumni Relations (PIAR) Department, the team actively promotes the NIE brand both locally and on the international platform.
In addition, we support Director, NIE and Divisional Director, Corporate Planning and Development in strategic communication with NIE’s stakeholders, such as the media, NIE alumni, visitors and partners.
Some of the strategic areas PIAR manages include:
Visitors/Hospitality Relations – Hosting of international and local delegations, such as visits from distinguished educators from leading education institutes and education officials
Publicity/Media Relations – Communication with the media, i.e. issuance of media releases and handling media queries
Alumni Relations – Promote close relations between NIE alumni and their alma mater through strategic channels, i.e. organise alumni networking events and graduation ceremonies, updates on NIE’s latest developments and professional development courses
Marketing Relations – Promote the image and identity of NIE through strategic communication and special projects such as corporate video, brand communication and NIE corporate website.
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What we do
The Development & Estate Department is to meet the needs of our stakeholders by providing an environment that is safe, secure, aesthetically pleasing and conducive for learning and working. We pride ourselves in creating a campus that is environmental friendly and supporting the Institute’s mission and goals.
- To maintain, repair and renovate to upkeep the campus facilities.
- To provide an environment that is safe, secure and aesthetically pleasing to all our stakeholders.
- To provide infrastructure services to create space and facilities to meet the needs of the Institute in teaching and research.
- To create an environmentally sustainable campus.
- To provide uninterrupted electrical and utility services.
- To ensure the maximum operability of the Institute’s capital assets.
- To plan for improvements and renovations in anticipation of the future needs of the Institute.
- To review service delivery to our stakeholders with emphasis on improved communication, efficiency and effectiveness through adoption of new technologies.
The Human Resource Department is responsible for:
- Staffing & recruitment
- Employee training and development
- Employee welfare, benefits and compensation
- Performance management
- Employee relations
- Talent management & succession planning
The Finance Department is responsible for the financial administration of the Institute. Its main functions include:
- Preparation and maintenance of the Institute's accounts
- Accounting and budgeting systems
- Payroll systems
- Purchasing and tendering procedures
- Fixed assets administration
- Research funding
- Disbursements of student bursaries and other allowances; student loans schemes
For enquiries, please email us at [email protected]